Rupture Spire

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Format Legality
Pre-release Legal
Noble Legal
Leviathan Legal
Tiny Leaders Legal
Magic Duels Legal
Canadian Highlander Legal
Vintage Legal
Modern Legal
Standard Legal
Pauper EDH Legal
Vanguard Legal
Legacy Legal
Archenemy Legal
Planechase Legal
Brawl Legal
1v1 Commander Legal
Duel Commander Legal
Casual Legal
Unformat Legal
Pauper Legal
Commander / EDH Legal

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Set Rarity
Core Set 2019 (M19) Uncommon
Commander Anthology Vol. II (CM2) Common
Commander Anthology (CM1) Common
Planechase Anthology (PCA) None
Commander 2016 (C16) Common
Commander 2013 (C13) Common
Planechase 2012 Edition (PC2) Common
Duel Decks: Ajani vs. Nicol Bolas (DDH) Common
MTG: Commander (CMD) Common
Premium Deck Series: Slivers (PDS) Common
Conflux (CON) Common

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Rupture Spire

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Rupture Spire enters the battlefield tapped.

When Rupture Spire enters the battlefield, sacrifice it unless you .

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Rupture Spire Discussion

Gattison on Triple Entente

1 day ago

Ever try Rupture Spire or the new Gate just like it from GRN? Maybe swap out a Wind-Scarred Crag or the Khalni Garden?

I've done a lot of experimenting with 3, 4 and 5-color mana-bases in pauper before, so I'm interested in hearing how this one plays out for you.

stellarstormtrooper66 on Don't Touch! It's Art!

3 days ago

A solid looking Breya build with good combos included. I do have some opinions on this build:

I think it would be a good goal to get the average CMC under 4 mana, high CMC cards I think that could be cut without interrupting your combos or synergy are: Ancient Stone Idol, Scuttling Doom Engine, Darksteel Juggernaut, Soul of New Phyrexia.

I think this deck really needs more low CMC color fixing ramp, the best being something like Fellwar Stone, but adding several signets would be an easy idea as well. When it gets to the late game and you don't need them anymore, you could just sacrifice them to Breya. Also, if you have a Chromatic Lantern, it deserves to be in this deck over any other deck you own honestly. Unless you build a 5-color deck, it really should be in here. Other cards that could help with color include: Vedalken Engineer and Chief Engineer.

I would consider some budget lands to better improve mana fixing: Spire of Industry and Exotic Orchard would be awesome. Tri-lands are a decent option such as Arcane Sanctum. I know they enter tapped, but rainbow production from these lands feels great: Gateway Plaza, Transguild Promenade, and Rupture Spire.

If you have (or know someone with) a Padeem, Consul of Innovation, that could be great. Both card draw and protection feels great on one card. Storm the Vault would a fun card in a deck like this as is Bident of Thassa when you take into account your thopters.

Blicking Breya at instant speed is good also because her effects can be used regardless of summoning sickness, so you can surprise someone with her effect when low on artifacts to sacrifice: Cloudshift, Ghostly Flicker or Deadeye Navigator.

The cool removal spell I was talking about earlier is Dispatch. I'm not 100% certain, but I might have a spare Slobad, Goblin Tinkerer which would be great here as well.

Overall, looks really strong, I think all it needs is some simple cards to improve consistency.

Jagd_Tallgeese on Wildspeakerr RGB

4 days ago

The Sunscorched Desert can be replaced with a Savage Lands since the one colorless you produce with it does not give it much utility. You can also look in to replacing the Rupture Spire and Transguild Promenade with the bounce lands like Rakdos Carnarium, Golgari Rot Farm, or Gruul Turf. It may seem just as slow, but the bounce lands will allow you to float the mana from land before returning them to hand, so essentially you are not losing a resource on that turn, which is a plus since the bounce land will provide two mana instead of one. With the guild gates you are running, Circuitous Route would be a great addition to search them out. I a tiny bit of synergy for minotaurs in the deck so you may want to remove Forerunner of Slaughter as the only targets for its activated ability are itself and Ornithopter. You can replace the Forerunner with a Fanatic of Mogis and even the Ornithopter with Deathbellow Raider. Also, Samut, Voice of Dissent is considered a Naya colored creature (red/green/white) since here activated ability required a Plains, so she can legally be apart of the deck. However, some alternatives to her to enable Haste for your creatures would be Cyclops of Eternal Fury, or you can further a minotaur theme with Kragma Warcaller or Neheb, the Eternal.

Falco101 on Yuriko, Ninja Fun

5 days ago

Here's some land recommendations to both speed up the deck and give them more utility. All recommendations are under $20.

Lands to swap:
Sunken Hollow instead of Rupture Spire
Underground River instead of Shimmering Grotto
Morphic Pool instead of Transguild Promenade
Drowned Catacomb instead of Grixis Panorama
Tainted Isle instead of Esper Panorama

Since you don't need to fetch a lot of basics, I'd swap a few basics for dual lands to ensure you always have your colors, ~10 basics is more than enough for a deck
Creeping Tar Pit
Dimir Guildgate
Darkslick Shores
Dreadship Reef
Secluded Glen

Utility Lands worth including:
Arcane Lighthouse
Temple of the False God
Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx
Field of Ruin
Ghost Quarter
Inventors' Fair
Ash Barrens
Isolated Watchtower
Tolaria West (Transmute this land, to fetch another one you need)
Crypt of Agadeem
Reflecting Pool
Spire of Industry
Shizo, Death's Storehouse
Hall of the Bandit Lord

eliakimras on Multiverse Dragon Tribal

1 week ago

With all your fetches and dual lands, Evolving Wilds and Rupture Spire may not be needed. You might be better with Exotic Orchard, Cascading Cataracts and City of Brass.

Saljen on Commander Slivers Budget

3 weeks ago

I see you have Gemhide Sliver but no Manaweft Sliver? Let me start by saying that these two mana slivers are the best two cards in your deck and you should run both. When these come out, your deck can just go bonkers. In fact, I'd go as far as saying that you should try to run even more of these effects. Cryptolith Rite and Song of Freyalise also give the same effect attached to an enchantment. Now, ramp isn't the only reason you want these cards. These cards are the primary pieces in your Commander's combos. Once your commander and a mana sliver are in play, you just need one more piece. Two cards can fit this last role, and I run them both in my Sliver deck. Paradox Engine and Intruder Alarm. What happens is that when your Commander is in play and you can tap for at least 4-5 mana with your creatures, then you can use his ability to search for a 1-2 CMC sliver, play it, then up tap all 4-5 slivers. Now your mana base just grew, assuming you have haste (which you can search for first), and you can do it again until all your 1 CMC slivers are in play, each one gaining you more mana than the last. Then from there you can proceed to put every single sliver in your library directly into play unless some one can stop you. It creates an infinite combo where infinite is defined as the number of slivers in your deck. If you're going all out for Queen and Legion, then you'll want to make sure you've got this combo in your deck too. It's slivers 101.

Training Grounds is great with your commander. Makes the combo easier and just makes both abilities easier to play. Also works with Necrotic Sliver.

I've been working on my Sliver EDH list for years now, so it isn't exactly budget. But it started out that way. Here's a link if you're interested.. I'd really suggest taking a look at the mana base. My mana base is still pretty much fully budget and it reaches 5 colors a lot more easily than what you have here. You want to run all 10 tri-color lands, this really helps hitting your 5 colors. Then, there are many budget 5 color lands that help drastically. Consider Cascading Cataracts, Command Tower, Exotic Orchard, Grand Coliseum, Mirrodin's Core, Path of Ancestry, Rupture Spire, Sliver Hive, Temple of the False God, Terramorphic Expanse, Transguild Promenade, and Unknown Shores. Not having 5 colors available will hurt you 10x more than having lands come into play tapped.

Argy on Chromatic Jodah

1 month ago

I playtested this against my Dragons.

It kept board wiping me with Settle the Wreckage, but I never attack with Lathliss, Dragon Queen, so that I can refill my board, which I did thrice.

Eventually I got five Dragons on the field.

A 4/4 got removed from combat by Spires of Orazca, Chamber Sentry killed another 5/5, Zetalpa, Primal Dawn blocked and killed a second 5/5, and one 2/2 remained unblocked.

By that stage I had enough mana to pay for Lathliss Dragon Queen's ability to pump the Power of my 2/2 up by 9, making it do 11 damage.

I had gotten 4 damage in earlier in the game with Dismissive Pyromancer, leaving this deck on 5.

Next go I played Shock and Lightning Strike and it was all over.

I deliberately made the mistake of attacking with most of my Creatures into Settle the Wreckage. Earlier in the game 6 damage had been prevented with Root Snare.

Jodah, Archmage Eternal got killed earlier with Lightning Strike, before he could do any damage or block.

The Gateway Plaza and Rupture Spire both slowed this deck down too much. The turn they were played actually put you two turns behind because you had to pay PLUS they entered tapped.

Jodah, Archmage Eternal really feels more like a Commander card than a Standard card.

He is cheap enough to make recasting no problem.

His ability would let you get away with playing HUGE spells for peanuts.

He's really not suited to Standard, in my opinion.

Working out your mana base a bit more MIGHT speed this deck up a little. I could probably do it, but I'm tired and don't really feel like it.


There are some problems with the plays you've set out.

T1: Land

T2: Land, Thaumatic Compass  Flip

This can't happen if the first land pays for the second land, and the second land comes in tapped, which is what happened on my test.

T3: Land, Root Snare on opponents turn.

With only three copies of Root Snare in the deck you are more likely to see it in the late game, rather than on Turn 3.

T4: Land, Thran Temporal Gateway, Chromatic Lantern

This play can't happen. You only have four lands at this stage. Thran Temporal Gateway costs and Chromatic Lantern coats , which would require seven mana.

T5: Land, Jodah eternal, activate Thran Temporal Gateway for Zacama, Primal Calamity.

This play can't happen either. Thran Temporal Gateway costs to activate, and Jodah eternal coats to cast, which would require eight mana.

If you played Chromatic Lantern on Turn 4 you would have access to only six mana, but you couldn't also have played Thran Temporal Gateway that turn.


This deck sort of has too much going on.

I do like the Ramp into Zetalpa, Primal Dawn. I believe there is a place for that card in Standard, but it would probably be in a shell with early mana dorks.

The ratio of Creatures to Artifacts feels way off here.

23 cards in this deck are non-creature spells, but they are all concerned with fixing mana, or stopping damage. That is only going to delay the Opponent and help you Ramp so much.

You have no spot removal which meant that all I had to do to protect my main win con, Lathliss, Dragon Queen, was just not attack with her.


Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings.

I don't really think this deck is viable in Standard.

At the very least it would need a Sideboard with stuff like Dive Down, to protect Zetalpa, Primal Dawn from Vraska's Contempt (which most decks play).

If you change it and want me to take another look, tag me in these comments.

I used to offer a lot of deck help, but I have really cut that back these days.

shadow63 on Domain-ence

1 month ago

Transguild Promenade or Rupture Spire are decent budget lands. Also I'd recommend something like Fog Bank to buy you time

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